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Restaurant Tip: New York
Shuko

Shuko

47 EAST 12th St, New York, NY 10003, USA.
+ 1 212-228-6088
$$$. Japanese food with French touches.
Mon to Sun - 5: 30pm to 10: 30pm,

Shuko is a high quality Japanese restaurant in New York that offers two tasting menus: Omakase and Kaiseki, from former Masa chefs Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau.

Richard Bloch Architect , an acclaimed international group of architects and interior designers specializing in the restaurant and hospitality industry, in partnership with the owner chefs, designed the restaurant.

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Photo courtesy Shuko.

The menus are based on traditional Japanese flavors and techniques and reflect the best selections of fish and seasonal ingredients supplied locally and internationally.

Chef Jimmy Lau uses and enhances some of the ingredients featured in the menu, including ginger-myoga, Chinese yam, sunflower artichoke, mugwort and more.

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Guests can choose from two menu options: Sushi Omakase or Sushi Kaiseki. The Kaiseki offer is a menu consisting of several dishes and distinctive sushis, which gives the chefs the opportunity to showcase their French culinary training.

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Photo courtesy Shuko.

Everything at Shuko is made in the house, including the Milk Bread which is served with the tartare plate of Toro and Caviar. Be sure to try the famous apple pie, which concludes the Kaiseki tasting.

Photo courtesy Shuko.
* Omakase - tasting menu suggested by the chef.
** Kaiseki - Several dishes served in various portions.
References
Restaurant website
Special thanks to Denise Psyhogios of Bolster Media.
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$7,95
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R$4.390,00

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